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  • Geologist hiking uphill to explore White Gold’s extensive properties.

    White Gold intensifies elephant hunt

    Rose Ragsdale, For Mining News|Updated Jul 20, 2023

    Amid renewed market interest in gold, White Gold Corp. recently reported increased mineral resource estimates for its flagship White Gold Project and unveiled plans for a 2023 exploration program across its namesake district in the Yukon. The junior explorer, which enjoys the financial backing of major Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. (19.5%) and Kinross Gold Corp. (15%), has turned its attention in 2023 to further evaluation of targets at its JP Ross and Betty Ford projects and...

  • A rare relatively clear sky above White Gold's Betty property in Yukon, Canada.

    Betty and Mascot reveal exciting results

    A.J. Roan, Mining News|Updated Dec 8, 2022

    White Gold Corp. Nov. 28 announced positive results from the 2022 drill program at the Betty Ford and Mascot targets on the company's Betty property in Yukon's White Gold District, reporting that one hole drilled at Betty Ford cut 55.2 meters averaging 1.5 grams per metric ton gold, and one at Mascot that cut 27.4 meters averaging 1.14 g/t gold. "We are pleased to have encountered additional broad zones of near-surface gold mineralization on the Betty property," said White...

  • White Gold Betty White Ford Yukon Canada David D'Onofrio 2021 exploration

    White Gold refines drill targets at Betty

    Shane Lasley, Mining News|Updated May 27, 2021

    White Gold Corp. May 19 reported that its 2020 exploration program at the Betty gold project in the Yukon identified several targets for drilling slated for this year. Situated about 15 kilometers (nine miles) northeast of Western Copper and Gold Corp.'s Casino copper-gold deposit and 40 kilometers (25 kilometers) east of Newmont Corp's Coffee Gold deposit, the 17,127-hectare (42,322 acres) Betty property covers the eastern strike extension of the Coffee Creek Fault, which...

  • Lady Justice court gavel Novagold sues JCap for short and distort mining scam

    Novagold sues J Capital for short report

    Shane Lasley, Metal Tech News|Updated Sep 26, 2020

    Novagold Resources Inc. is taking the offensive against J Capital Research USA LLC, a company that released a fallacious report on Novagold in what is being considered a "short-and-distort" attack against the company that owns a 50% stake in the 39-million-ounce Donlin Gold project in Southwest Alaska. Basically, a short-and-distort scheme is when an investor or group of investors takes a short position in a company – a means of profiting from the decline of a company's s...

  • Ethos Gold Pine Pass vanadium project northern British Columbia

    Ethos confirms vanadium at Pine Pass, BC

    Updated Sep 25, 2020

    Ethos Gold Corp. Dec. 6 reported results from the 2018 sampling program at Pine Pass, one of three northeastern British Columbia vanadium properties the company optioned earlier this year. Pine Pass project is located within a 2,508-hectare (6,197 acres) claim block 104 kilometers (64 miles) by paved highway from MacKenzie, British Columbia. With Highway 97 passing through the southern portion of the claims, access to this vanadium project is excellent. Power, gas and rail...

  • Golden opportunities outweigh BC policy

    Shane Lasley, Mining News|Updated Aug 14, 2020

    Whether it be precious metals such as gold and silver, base metals like copper and zinc, or battery metals like nickel and cobalt, northern British Columbia is rich in the type of metal deposits that junior mining companies are hoping to discover and majors are wanting to mine. Couple this mineral endowment with good infrastructure – especially stacked up against the other jurisdictions in the North of 60 Mining News coverage area – and northern B.C. continues to draw str... Full story

  • Ethos eyes changing the game at Betty

    Rose Ragsdale, For Mining News|Updated Nov 18, 2012

    Ethos Gold Corp. recently wrapped up a second phase of 2012 exploration aimed at identifying a multimillion-ounce gold deposit on its Betty Property located in the White Gold district of Yukon Territory. The junior Sept. 19 reported completing 7,500 meters of reverse circulation drilling in 61 holes, and collecting 8,700 grid soil samples and 166 prospecting samples in 2012 that targeted the 17-square-kilometer (6.56 square miles) Mascot Creek gold-in-soil anomaly at Betty that Ethos outlined in 2011 and where the junior...

  • Mining Explorers 2012: Local resources, global reach

    Brad Cathers, Special to Mining News|Updated Nov 11, 2012

    Mining continues to be a cornerstone of Yukon's economy, with extraordinary mineral deposits, including both precious and non-precious metals. The Government of Yukon is committed to providing an internationally competitive investment climate. To this end, we continue to provide regulatory certainty around environmental assessment, permitting and licensing of projects. Yukon's exploration and mining industries are settling in for the long term. After a record-breaking year for claim staking and exploration spending in 2011,...

  • Mining Explorers 2012: Exploration rush slows in 2012

    Rose Ragsdale, For Mining News|Updated Nov 11, 2012

    While the frenzy of activity that engulfed the Yukon Territory in 2011 did not re-emerge this season, scores of players, from upstart juniors to global mining firms mounted impressive mineral exploration campaigns throughout the territory. Gold was the primary metal sought in the Yukon in 2012, but some explorers chased silver, copper, zinc-lead, iron and other minerals. Based on the spending plans of mining companies in March, Natural Resources Canada projected C$285 million planned spending across the Yukon, a decrease of... Full story

  • Mining Explorers 2012: Ethos Gold Corp.

    Updated Nov 11, 2012

    ECC: TSX/ETHOF: OTCQX/1ET: FRANKFURT President and CEO: Gary Freeman Chief Operating Officer: Peter Tallman, P.Geo. Chief Financial Officer: Peter Wong, C.A. Ethos Gold Corp., formerly Ethos Capital Corp., focused in 2012 on exploring its Betty, Wolf and Bridget properties south of Dawson City, Yukon. A two-phase 2012 exploration program, originally budgeted for C$7.3 million, was revised downward to C$5 million by mid-season. Targeting the Mascot Creek soil anomaly identified in 2011 at the 15-square-kilometer Betty...

  • Rackla, Coffee, others promise more gold

    Rose Ragsdale, For Mining News|Updated Jul 29, 2012

    Two of the projects credited with touching off the recent gold rush to Yukon Territory reported results from their 2012 programs in July that suggest they could deliver on all that their early results promised. While new entrants have slowed to a trickle and other early players retire from the scene, at least until the anemic capital markets regain their vigor, Atac Resources Ltd. and Kaminak Gold Corp. and a handful of other juniors are quietly churning out impressive assay results in robust multimillion-dollar drill...

  • Juniors ride second wave of exploration

    Rose Ragsdale, For Mining News|Updated Nov 20, 2011

    A second wave of mining exploration swept across Yukon Territory in 2011, bringing with it new mineral discoveries, record employment and myriad other changes, large and small. Roughly 100 companies, including a score of newcomers, mounted an array of mineral exploration programs with most of them stalking gold and silver deposits. Some came away with early success and excitement about their results, while others sifted the tea leaves, looking for clearer signs of the elusive mineralization they seek. "The impact of this...

  • Geologist finds mother lode of work

    Rose Ragsdale, For Mining News|Updated Nov 20, 2011

    For Yukon geologist Jean Pautler, the busy 2011 field season also may end up being one for her personal record book. "I was lucky to spend a week in one place," she told Mining News in a recent interview. Pautler, a geological consultant through her company, JP Exploration Services, has spent more than 30 years tramping through the Canadian bush in search of mineral deposits. A sprite of a woman with a cheerful smile, Pautler works alone, except for her German Shepherd mutt, Shadow, who accompanies her into the field....

  • Mining Explorers 2011: Explorers seek mega-deposits

    Rose Ragsdale, For Mining News|Updated Nov 6, 2011

    Frontrunners in the Yukon mineral exploration rush in 2011 spent more than C$12 million each, with at least one company pouring C$25 million into its program. These companies include Atac Resources Ltd., Kaminak Gold Corp., Capstone Mining Corp., Alexco Resource Corp., Golden Predator Corp., Ryan Gold Corp. and Silver Range Resources Ltd. At least another 14 companies shelled out more than C$5 million each to search for precious and base metals, using virtually every modern exploration technique from sampling to drilling.... Full story

  • Mining Explorers 2011: Ethos Capital Corp.

    Updated Nov 6, 2011

    ECC: TSX/ETHOF: OTCQX/1ET: FRANKFURT President and CEO: Gary Freeman Chief Operating Officer: Peter Tallman, P.Geo. Chief Financial Officer: Peter Wong, C.A. Incorporated in British Columbia in 2007, Ethos Capital Corp. worked primarily on a couple of silver-zinc-lead projects in Mexico before coming to the Yukon. In November 2010, the company obtained an option to acquire a 100 percent interest in the Betty and Wolf properties located 120 kilometers (75 miles) south of Dawson City, Yukon. The two prospective gold properties... Full story

  • Trickle of newcomers join explorer rush

    Rose Ragsdale, For Mining News|Updated Sep 25, 2011

    As gold prices soared in 2011 along with demand for silver and base metals, droves of mineral explorers fanned out across remote areas of Yukon Territory, seeking lucrative hardrock deposits. Lured by news of recent gold discoveries in the White Gold district of the Dawson Range and the Carlin-type mineralization found in the Rackla Gold Belt to the east, the horde of juniors, along with the occasional major, turned up with a frenzy of new claim-staking that started early in the year. Many returned to projects they first... Full story